Coming Back to School - Daily Self Screening
To Report an Absence, call our Attendance Line at: (209) 858-7271
Safety and Student Screening for In-Person Instruction
Good evening Lancer Families,
Please listen to the following in its entirety as it may impact your student’s ability to attend on-campus learning:
This is a reminder that all students must complete the district Health Survey every morning before reporting to campus and preferably along with a supervising parent or guardian, as this is an important first step in protecting our community. Please ensure that students ONLY mark NEW symptoms that are not normal for your child. If the symptoms occur on a regular basis, then DO NOT mark that symptom on the survey.
Based on your symptom-check survey responses, you will receive one of the following survey results:
A green checkmark notifying students that it is safe to go to school; or
A RED STOP SIGN that requires a mandatory 14-day quarantine period effective immediately. Students, siblings, and other household members must not report to any campus and are recommended to take the safety measures necessary and quarantine per CDC guidelines.
Additionally, students receiving a RED STOP SIGN will immediately transition to the distance learning model; Your child(ren)’s teacher(s) will be in contact to provide learning options for your child. When the 14-day period has expired and students, siblings and households are symptom-free, your child and siblings may return to in-person learning.
Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to call our school @ (209) 858-7270 or refer to our website.
Thank you and stay safe,
We are excited about students returning to campus to learn! EUHS has taken big steps in PPE, campus modifications and safeguards to help minimize risk to protect students, teachers, and staff.
Grades TK-3 and 11-12 return November 2, 2020
Grades 4-10 return November 16, 2020
Each classroom is configured to allow for social distancing and equipped with a hand washing station and/or hand sanitizer. Cleaning is maintained daily and between student/staff uses, and all MUSD employees as well as students are required to wear face masks/shields. Each employee is required to self-screen before coming to campus.
Students are also asked to complete a daily self-screening BEFORE coming to school.
Please read the documents below for more information.
Back to School Safely Documents
A todos los estudiantes que regresan al campus necesitan completar una encuesta de autoevaluación en línea (con la ayuda de un adulto en casa) que les hará preguntas relacionadas con la exposición, los signos y los síntomas del COVID-19.
Es muy importante completar la encuesta y la lista de seguimiento de contactos lo mejor que pueda.
The MUSD Workplace Infection Prevention (WIP) team implemented an online self-screening survey and contact tracing platform, which is a procedure required by California Department of Public Health.
All students returning to campus are asked (with the help of a caring adult at home) to complete the online survey that will ask questions related to COVID-19 exposure, signs, and symptoms. Completion of the survey also allows for helpful contact tracing in our teaching and learning environments.
Antes de llegar a la escuela, los estudiantes deben completar la encuesta diaria de autoevaluación. Si los resultados de la encuesta le indican a su hijo(a) que permanezca en casa, favor de completar el formulario de rastreo en la encuesta, ¡luego siga con los siguientes pasos!